Folklorist; college professor. Born– Luxembourg. Came to the US around 1940. Parents–Davin and Ilse Schoenberger. Married– George Katz. Children– Three. Education– Northwestern University, B.A.; University of Alabama, M.A., 1962, Ph.D., 1978. Lived in Germany and England, then in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Michigan, and Illinois before settling in Selma, Ala. Taught at the¬†University of Alabama and¬†Shelton State Community College. Member, American Folklore Society; National Council for the Traditional Arts; Tannehill Experimental Learning Advisory Board. Coordinator; “Folklorama ’75,” a multimedia exhibit of Alabama folklore and folk art.


Folklore for the Time of Your Life.


Folklore for the Time of Your Life. Birmingham, Ala.; Oxmoor House, 1978.

Editor_ and_ Compiler;

The Kentuck Sampler. Northport, Ala.; Chamber of Commerce, 1975.